Dann is a content strategy and marketing consultant who helps companies generate demand and leads. He also blogs about strategy and content marketing at dannalbright.com.
Online music lessons can be your first learning step for any instrument. Some of the best music lessons are also free on the web. We pick seven instruments and the best teachers for them.
The secret to de-stress using a calendar is simple: cut out the things that you don’t need, make time for the things you love, and keep it all organized. Use these ten tips.
We use Arial, Verdana, Georgia, Helvetica and other fonts yet barely notice them. But Amnesty International’s new Mutant Font, will – they say – promote conversations about Internet privacy, Can it actually make you safer online?
Mortal Kombat X is now available for PC, Xbox One, PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360, but is it worth spending $60 to grab it now?
We haven’t had a lot to go on when speculating about Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But now, thanks to Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, we have much more to get excited about.
Are we, as a society, significantly more productive? And if we are, are we happier? Productivity is important, but it needs to be put in its place.
The $10,000 Apple Watch makes no sense…if you’re ignoring China. Apple isn’t ignoring China.
If you haven’t played an MK game in a while, you might not know what’s going on in the story, or what to expect from the game. Here’s everything you need to know.
The big names in gaming—like EA, Square, Valve, Blizzard, and Ubisoft—have a big problem. They’ve lost sight of their most important market: gamers.
It’s two days before your taxes are due and you don’t want to pay another late filing fee. This is the time to leverage the power of Excel to get everything in order.
Clean Reader, which automagically censors eBooks, has kicked up a firestorm of ideological debate, and neither side is backing down. So, who’s right? And what’s at stake?
Remember that eHarmony cat lady? Or the pig who rescued a goat? They were both hoaxes; here’s a few more.
Uneven landscape photos getting you down? Get a balanced exposure without resorting to HDR using exposure blending — here’s how.
Sure, Dawn of the Dead didn’t specifically include any productivity advice . . . but here are six lessons that we can learn from watching a lot of zombie movies.
Apple recently revealed the new MacBook, and it’s a jaw-dropper — but it also has only a single port. Was this a blunder, or a sign of the future?
“Skeuomorphic” design – software that resembles the physical objects it replaces – went from being the hot design principle to an insult in an amazingly short period of time.
Google is researching whether its algorithm could include truth as a ranking factor. What does that mean for the web?
Macro photography is fascinating, but macro lenses are expensive. Fortunately you don’t need to spend a fortune to try it out for yourself.
Counting and adding formulas may appear mundane compared to more advanced Excel formulas. But they can help you save a lot of time when you need to collect information about the data in your spreadsheet.
Logical operators IF, NOT, AND, and OR, can help you get from Excel newbie to power user. We explain the basics of each function and demonstrate how you can use them for maximum results.
The Philips Hue system is leading the charge when it comes to smart lighting, but there are some worthy alternatives. We’ve picked three that all offer the same basic feature set and hackability.
We invented the technologies that we use today to help us live better lives, not to become slaves to them. The slow tech movement will help you take back control of your life.
People have repeatedly shown that, when given anonymity on the Internet, they’ll do terrible things to each other. This is why gaming communities like Steam have set up community rules to keep things civil.
Data science has gone from a newly coined term in 2007 to being one of the most sought-after disciplines today. But what does a data scientist do? And how can you break into the field?